Andy Rubin announced a few years ago that he was working on a different smartphone than we could find at the time in the market. That product was Important PH-1, a smartphone that didn't get media approval and, of course, by users, so it only announces a model on the market.
But besides, relative, the failure that led to PH-1, other than the work that Rubin had contributed to the product, the company has continued to work on a new smartphone called GEM
GEM showed us the smartphone he is tall and thin and, Rubin once again sought to transform the market. This idea, unlike the PH-1, was fireproof and unrealistic for the current phone type, when the market is still based on large screens with small frames and smaller ones, and when the high and small screen is no more sensible than the specific niche set (perhaps one would have).
The Es -ential PH-1 was introduced in February 2017, becoming the first smartphone with a notch on the market
The smartphone will continue to work with no problem, only that it will never receive an update again, or the security of any other kind. Andy Rubin, the founder of Android, left Google in 2008 to devote himself to building Hardware, the most important being the first weight product he introduced to the market.